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Captain Kangaroo...with Mr Green Jeans, Moose, Dancing Bear...

Boy, I'll say, I loved Captain Kangaroo every morning. I remember when I was young, one time my mother was wanting to dress me for the day and I said."Not in front of Captain Kangaroo".funny how I remember that so clearly.

Remember these... back in the 50's and 60's!!

Thinking of styling a vintage step stool like this: retro colorful vinyl chairs. Love the striping on these, and the chrome detail on each chair - perfect for a vintage kitchen!

Bazooka Bubble gum with the Bazooka Joe comic inside.  I actually preferred Double Bubble Gum.

Bazooka Bubble gum with the Bazooka Joe comic inside. I actually preferred Double Bubble Gum.

Twiggy by Bert Stern Vogue US November 1967

Twiggy Throughout the Years in Vogue

We would get a new box every Christmas because we usually lost most of the legs and eyes and antenna by then.

This was an "indoor recess" game in grade school. Santa brought everybody a cootie game.

Hugh Brannum (left), "Mr. Green Jeans" on the Captain Kangaroo show, was a vocalist, arranger, composer and actor. During his days with Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, he used his childhood nickname, "Lumpy." The Captain, on the right, was played by Bob Keeshan, the original Clarabell the Clown on the Howdy Doody Show. Captain Kangaroo aired for nearly 30 years on CBS, from 1955 to 1984.

Captain Kangaroo (right) and Mr. Talk about part of growing up - we absolutely had to watch Captain Kangaroo! And Mr. Greenjeans, and Bunny Rabbit, and Grandfather Clock!

You are too young to remember colored toilet paper...

Colored Toilet Paper ~ I don't remember if white was even available around the time that the colored stuff was? I remember pink, blue, green and yellow. There might have been a peach color too.

Dick & Jane

Dick Jane Sally Spot Puff Tim - learned to read with them. I loved reading these books as a kid!

PRELL Shampoo 1960s: the "pearl" at the bottom of their bottle of shampoo just like the awesome dinner plates that came in a box of laundry detergent contrast the striking difference in the excellence of those days and the mediocrity of today.

Prell Shampoo- Remember the pearl?in their commercial they would sink a pearl in the shampoo .

Remember Mr. Magoo?  I refer to him often when I drive...never thinking the kids have no idea who I'm speaking of.

there was often a short cartoon before the main feature at the movies. I remember it was often Mr Magoo

Als je dit doosje omdraaide, hoorde je het geluid van een loeiende koe

Turn this over and it made a moo sound! I think I remember this from the church nursery when I was little.

Original Mickey Mouse Club - watched it before dinner every weekday!

Mickey Mouse Club-watched it everyday.Mouseketeer roll call, call out now: Karen, Cubby.

Had one hanging on the wall right next to our kitchen phone

Pop Open Address/Phone Number Book-remember parents and grandparents having this

Change holders lol

Rubber Squeeze Coin Purses- i remember taking my lunch money to school in a green one!

Typing class in the 60's

Typing class in high school. The good old manual typewriter. We had 2 manual typewriters and the rest were electric. We had to see each day who was stuck with the manual ones.

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